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Five Totally Believable Things Car Makers Must Do To Thwart Hackers

Read the open letter from security pressure group

Cisco revenue dip means 6,000 staff to be de-assimilated

Q4 results show emerging markets revenue falling, US flat, competition rising

Oz telco results season! Telstra booms, Optus slides

More than half Australia's mobiles are with Telezilla

Brit infosec firm lets hackers think they've stolen something

ClearSwift has scored an almost-accidental success with [REDACTED] tech

FEAST YOUR EYES: Samsung's Galaxy Alpha has an 'entirely new appearance'

Wow, it looks like nothing else on the market, for sure

Face-recog tech spots US fugitive wanted for 14 years ... from a photo

Wanted poster pic gets alleged sex offender nabbed in Nepal

Spin doctors crack 'impossible' asteroid hurtling towards Earth

PicJust what is glueing space trash oddball together?

Avago divests another chunk of LSI to Intel

Chipzilla splashes US$650 million for Axxia

Boffins brew TCP tuned to perform on lossy links like Wi-Fi networks

'TCP-Forward' promises speed even when packets drop, without processing overheads

Redmond stall means IE Java axe won't swing till September

'WE NEED MORE TIME!' cry angry sysadmins, and Redmond listens

Google hops into bed with Brit red-top: Cooks up 'draw an app' coding compo for kids

CommentYes, Sun asks tots to debug broken page get out crayons

Intel disables hot new TSX tech in early Broadwells and Haswells

Attention devs: this one weird tick might just bork your boxen

Rosetta's comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko is one FUGLY space rock

No pretty rings or swirly spots on this little gray duck

Murder accused DIDN'T ask Siri 'how to hide my roommate'

UpdatedUS court hears of cached browser image - not actual request

What's in your toolbox? Why the browser wars are so last decade

FeatureThe new reality of picking a web winner

Hey, biz bods: OpenStack will be worth $3.3bn by 2018

Anything that simple to use has got to be complex to set up

Wetsuits, sunshine, bikini babes and a competitive streak: Epyx California Games

Antique Code ShowBaywatch for nerds?

Restatements HURT. Just ask global mega distie Tech Data how it's going for them

Pressure to perform for stock market bearing down on disties

Totes AMAZEBALLS! Side boob, binge-watch and clickbait added to Oxford Dictionary

And tech-savvy too. *Vulture does sick in mouth*

Dragons' Den man and co-CEO to work for FREE at loss-making Outsourcery

'Salary sacrifice' among measures to find £4.5m in working capital

Dodgy payday loan ads make up 83% of cases probed by UK's FCA

Cheap credit's not so cheap for the regulator

SynoLocker Trojan crime gang: We QUIT this gig

Hold 'closing down sale' as they hotfoot it to ... island?

A-level results: Before you smile at that jump-for-joy snap...

Uni-ditching teens are COMING FOR YOUR JOBS

NetApp: Revenues are down – but own brand kit wasn't to blame

If it weren't for those pesky OEMmers...

What happens in Europe, doesn't stay in Europe: US giants accused of breaking EU privacy pact

Campaigners file complaint with watchdog FTC

Lenovo posts an INCREASE in desktop PC and notebook sales

Death of the PC market may have been exaggerated, reckons Chinese firm

Russian PM's Twitter hacked to slap down Putin, post fake resignation

Mischief-makers also 'ban electricity'

Scale Computing scales up sales – but can its HC3 kit take on Marvin?

Upstarts get ducks in row while they await VMware project

Intel launches Internet of Stuff Parkinson's research project

Joint research with Michael J Fox Foundation

Apple BANS 2 chemicals from iPhone, iPad final assembly line

Cupertino tells suppliers to stop using benzene and n-hexane

VM herder Tintri tries on Red Hat, plans support for Microsoft Hyper-V

Hybrid array upstart previously only supported VMWare

Uber alles.. NOT: Berlin bans taxi ride app over 'safety' fears

If we see you on the road - that's €25k

It's time for PGP to die, says ... no, not the NSA – a US crypto prof

'We've come a long way since the 1990s, but PGP mostly hasn't'

Visual Studio Online goes titsup as Microsoft wrestles with database

UpdatedCortana, what does 'multi-region full service interruption' mean?

What does a flashmob of 1,024 robots look like? Just like this

VidSorry, Harvard, did you say kilobots or KILLER BOTS?

Orwell chap snaps in Amazon paperback claptrap yap rap

Brit author wasn't against cheap books, says estate executor

SpiderOak says you'll know it's secure because a little bird told you

'Warrant canary' to drop dead at first whiff of secret court surveillance orders

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